Hecla has been operating in North Idaho for 132 years
The mining company was forced to halt production in 2023 after a fire emerged at Hecla's Lucky Friday Mine
Local store celebrates quarter-century milestone
National Mattress and Furniture at 6235 N. Sunshine St. No. 3, Coeur d'Alene, isn’t just a mattress store celebrating 25 years in business. It’s a family-owned company that is proud to give back to its community.
The Bonners Ferry Herald, a weekly newspaper in Boundary County, has served and informed the local community for 132 years and is the oldest business in the county.
Coeur d'Alene Tractor has been around for 76 years
CDA Tractor still growing after all these years
Business comings and goings
Heading into a new year is a potent reminder for businesses that ahead lies an abundance of opportunities for innovation, transformation and growth.
If Eve Knudtsen could use one word to sum up business at her dealership for the year 2023, that word would be "steady." "We stayed the course," the Knudtsen Chevrolet president said, seated in her office near sparkling Corvettes that gleamed on her showroom floor. "Steady" is not bad for a year when the auto industry endured a 45-day United Auto Workers strike just a couple years after a global pandemic.
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Inventory expected to remain low, prices to hold steady
Chad Oakland, real estate agent and owner with Northwest Realty Group, said he believes sales in the local housing market will be down in 2024 because inventory will remain low.
2024 looks bright for Bunker Hill Mine, as the company turns another page from the historic mine’s tumultuous past and moves toward a promising future. With plans to be in production and employ 220 people by the end of the new year, it’s safe to say that Bunker Hill is back.
Stabilizing nursing force, expanding to meet population growth has been the 2023 health care trends
The Marcus Anderson building under construction at 8182 N. Wayne Drive in Hayden has commercial units to be occupied by Ascent Counseling and Marcus Anderson Family Foundation (now at 8382 N. Wayne Drive).
Some of us love networking, and we’re great at it. Others among us, not so much. No matter how you feel about it, it’s a necessity in today’s business landscape.
Building industry group tackles issues affecting everyone in the region
The North Idaho Building and Contractors Association plays a pivotal role in enhancing the building industry in North Idaho. With a focus on responsible growth, NIBCA fosters a robust support network for local industry professionals, many of whom work and live local.
Judd Jones leads Hagadone development team
Hagadone Technologies employs about 15 people that are among the brightest minds in the country, Jones said.